Fleece-Backed TPO Membrane

TREMguard FBM Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO) Waterproofing Membrane is a flexible waterproofing sheet. It is formulated with high quality TPO resin, supplemented with flame retardants, UV light absorbers, antioxidants and other ingredients. The TPO sheet has a factory-applied polyester fleece backing on the lower surface. Along one edge along the bottom surface of the sheet there is an 80 mm section without the fleece backing to facilitate heat welding.

Basic Uses

TREMguard FBM provides excellent resistance to UV and extreme temperatures. The fleece backing provides additional protection against hail, cuts, and punctures. TREMguard FBM is typically adhered using TREMguard FBM Bonding Adhesive, a low-odor water based adhesive that provides superior wind uplift performance. TREMguard FBM is also suitable for mechanical attached and ballasted method. 

  • How does the TREMguard FBM system's cost compare to other roofing systems?
    TREMguard FBM single-ply TPO membranes are recognized for their exceptional durability and long lifespan, offering potential cost savings in the long run. These membranes exhibit strong resistance against UV radiation, ozone, and mild chemical exposure, minimizing the requirement for frequent repairs or replacements
  • What is the warranty period for a roof installed with TREMguard FBM system?
    TREMguard FBM provides a minimum warranty of 10 years and can offer warranties of up to 25 years, depending on the thickness of the membrane, when installed correctly by trained applicators.
  • How does the TREMguard FBM system help reduce energy?
    The highly reflective white color of the TREMguard FBM system can significantly lower rooftop temperatures and reduce the Heat Island Effect. This helps to keep building interiors cooler and more comfortable, leading to a potential reduction in the amount of energy that a facility uses.
  • What is the preferred method of attachment for the TREMguard FBM system?
    The attachment method for the TREMguard FBM system usually involves one of the following options: Mechanically Attached Method ,Fully Adhered method and Ballasted Method. The choice of attachment method may depend on various factors such as building design, local building codes, and project requirements.